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Media Gag Policies May Violate the NLRA

USA - May 2 2019 Many workplace policies and employee handbooks contain restrictions on employees speaking to the media. Through these policies, employers often seek...

Robert T. Dumbacher.

Supreme Court Vacates Deceased Judge’s Key EPA Decision

USA - February 25 2019 This morning, the U.S. Supreme Court punted a key Equal Pay Act (“EPA”) case back to the Ninth Circuit because the decision’s author, Judge Stephen...

Ryan M. Bates, Christy E. Kiely.

State Law Information Unclear Wording FCRA Violations

USA - February 14 2019 If your background check forms include too much information about rights under state law, or even grammatical errors, you might be in trouble...

Kevin J. White.

Press Pause Before Using Biometric Tech in the Workplace

USA - October 29 2018 In a new class action filed recently against a hospital housekeeping company, employees allege their employer’s fingerprint scanning time-tracking...

Robert T. Quackenboss.

The Spokeo Chronicles: Another Tentative Background Check Win for Kroger Subsidiary

USA - May 29 2018 A magistrate judge in the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon recently made findings and recommendations to dismiss a purported class...

Robert T. Quackenboss.